- WFG to provide welcome distraction from lack of real racing
- Gamers can qualify for free for
- Free to Play game available to download now
- Previous winners now professional simulator and racing drivers
- New season to again feature global TV and streamed content
- View teaser video at: https://youtu.be/bjJlThuPHiY
After turning a Dutch gamer into a Formula 1 simulator driver and making the racing dreams come true for a British gamer –
To show support of gamers at home, fans can qualify for this huge prize by downloading the racing game Gear.Club for free on all app stores.
For the third edition of the #RacerToGamer competition,
Thousands of potential World’s Fastest Gamer winners watched round two of The Race All-Star Esports Battle live streamed on YouTube today – inspired by gamers taking on some of the biggest names in world motorsport.
Van Buren won today’s event staged on a virtual
Van Buren was able to pass on the right advice for Baldwin as a mentor of the Dutchman’s “Team Orange” while Formula 1 legends
Upon the recommencement of racing in
Season one of World’s Fastest Gamer was shown throughout the world in a four-part documentary series seen on major networks including
Season two’s six-part documentary debut date will be announced soon and is expected to reach an even larger audience.
“We are in a very unfortunate situation at the moment with race events cancelled across the world due to the COVID-19 situation,”
“While we are unable to confirm the timing for our finals tour and what the grand prize will be in 2020 with all the current cancellations and restrictions, we’re going to start the search to find the best of the best.
“As part of the ‘stay at home economy’ – more and more people are turning to gaming as other forms of entertainment are cancelled. Our gaming studio
“If we really want to dig deep and find that hidden talent that has those incredible skills that can transfer across to the real-world motorsport – then this is the time to do it.”
A number of qualifying events will be announced in the coming weeks including the first Gear.Club mobile-based entry mechanism. Mobile gamers
Season three of World’s Fastest Gamer was revealed today during The Race All-Star Esports Battle broadcast. The online race series debuted last week as the biggest-ever streamed esports racing event.
“We’ve shown that the skills used in the online version of motorsport can transfer across to the real thing and we’re continuing to blur the lines between virtual and reality in the sport,” Cox said.
“This is just the first of many big announcements we have coming up for World’s Fastest Gamer. We’re very excited about the chance to make a gamer’s dreams come true.”
The company focuses on three areas – esports data provision, esport tournament hosting and esports racing. Torque aims to revolutionize esports racing and the racing gaming genre via its industry-leading gaming studio
For more information, visit www.torqueesport.com.
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